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15 September 2017, 12:43 | Marta Robbins
The statement from a group called the Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee attacked the United States for leading a push for stronger U.N. sanctions against North Korea, as well as Japan for joining the USA campaign.
"The four islands of the (Japanese) archipelago should be sunken into the sea by the nuclear bomb of Juche", the committee said in a statement carried by the official KCNA news agency.
On Thursday, North Korea issued another threat, this time targeting both Japan and the US.
"I believe what President Trump wanted to say was that, not only South Korea and the USA, but also China and Russian Federation all together need to respond very firmly against North Korea's nuclear provocations", he said.
Defense analysts at 38 North also reported on Wednesday that they detected new signs of activity at Punggye-ri, which suggests "onsite work could now be changing focus to further prepare. for future underground nuclear testing".
Moon said he believed North Korea wanted to ensure "regime stability" and to be accepted as a nuclear power state, with a seat at the negotiating table with the US.
In response, the committee said the USA should be "beaten to death like a rabid dog" for the "heinous sanctions resolution".
The recent nuclear test was the sixth and most powerful test North Korea has conducted since its first in 2006, demonstrating a stunning advance in the country's ability to build high-yield nuclear weapons. "But I do not agree that we need to develop our own nuclear weapons or bring back [U.S.] tactical nuclear weapons to respond to the North's nuclear capabilities".
North Korea is threatening to destroy Japan and U.S. nuclear bomb. Or this from North Korea leader Kim Jong Un just one month later: Pyongyang "can tip new-type intercontinental ballistic rockets with more powerful nuclear warheads and keep any cesspool of evils in the earth, including the USA mainland, within our striking range". But on September 12, two days before Pyongyang's statements, President Donald Trump noted the USA may take more actions beyond the recently imposed sanctions.
North Korea also uses trusted agents and third party companies located in other countries to facilitate prohibited trade.
North Korea's latest threats also singled out Japan for "dancing to the tune" of the USA, saying that it should never be pardoned for not offering a honest apology for its "never-to-be-condoned crimes against our people", an apparent reference to Japan's wartime aggression.
Seoul apparently notified Tokyo, Washington and others of its deliberations.
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